Art & Development

Work vs. The Work, and Working

I must have been an optimist. Only an optimist would expect that I could maintain a super-high level of art production, and ignore the realities of work, money and logistics (the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly?).

I love being an Affiliate Artist at the Headlands, but with the winter chills and funding shortages, I’ve had to psych myself up for the one-hour drive to the cold, damp studio… Of course there’s nothing better than the feeling of putting in a long day at the studio. I just have to remind myself that, in the end there’s the work, but day to day, it’s all about working.

See also Martin Creed’s If You’re Lonely, Work No. 470, 2005.

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